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Hamner RM, Constantine R, Oremus M, Stanley M, Brown P, C. Baker S. Long-range movement by Hector's dolphins provides potential genetic enhancement for critically endangered Maui's dolphin. Marine Mammal Science. 2014 ;30(1):139-153.
Hamner RM, Wade P, Oremus M, Stanley M, Brown P, Constantine R, C. Baker S. Critically low abundance and limits to human-related mortality for the Maui’s dolphin. Endangered Species Research. 2014 ;26:87-92.
Hamner RM, Pichler FB, Heimeier D, Constantine R, C. Baker S. Genetic differentiation and limited gene flow among fragmented populations of New Zealand endemic Hector’s and Maui’s dolphins. Conservation Genetics. 2012 ;13(4):987 - 1002.
Hamner RM, Oremus M, Stanley M, Brown P, Constantine R, C. Baker S. Estimating the abundance and effective population size of Maui’s dolphins using microsatellite genotypes in 2010–11, with retrospective matching to 2001–07. Auckland: Department of Conservation; 2012. http://www.doc.govt.nz/upload/documents/conservation/native-animals/marine-mammals/mauis-dolphin-abundance-estimate-report.pdf
Hamner RM, Freshwater DW, Whitfield PE. Mitochondrial cytochrome b analysis reveals two invasive lionfish species with strong founder effects in the western Atlantic. Journal of Fish Biology. 2007 ;71:214-222.
Hamner RM, CONSTANTINE ROCHELLE, Mattlin R, Waples R, C. Baker S. Genotype-based estimates of local abundance and effective population size for Hector's dolphins. Biological Conservation [Internet]. 2017 ;211:150 - 160. http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0006320717306699